It's Here! THE NEW CONDOMINIUM ACT:
What's New for Directors?
Saturday, May 12, 2001
An absolutely 'must attend' seminar presented by a panel of 11 "Condominium Wizards"!
Every condominium director of every condominium corporation in the Toronto area will gain essential information!
Saturday, May 12, 2001
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Toronto Colony Hotel
89 Chestnut Street, Toronto
(near Toronto City Hall)
"Ontario's new Condominium Act will be proclaimed on May 5, 2001,"
announces the Ministry of Consumer and Business Services
"This new legislation is very important because it affects the buyers and sellers of the more than 40% of new housing starts in the province that are condominiums," said Minister of Consumer & Business Services Norman Sterling. "We now have a modern law that can keep pace with the changing needs of consumers and businesses ... clarifies the board of directors' responsibilities ... offers alternatives for resolving disputes between condominium corporations and unit owners ... clarifies voting rules and the use of proxies ..."
AFTER A 20-YEAR WAIT, THE NEW CONDOMINIUM ACT IS HERE!
As a condominium director, you need to take diligent care in learning the ins and outs of the NEW CONDOMINIUM ACT and how it impacts on your condominium. To make your task easier, the Canadian Condominium Institute presents a clear and practical seminar specifically designed for Directors. It explains what you need to know ... what's new for Directors.
Learn all the important changes contained in the Condominium Act!
DON'T MISS LEARNING THE CHANGES TO:
- Corporations (old ones and new ones)
- directors and officers
- declarations and by-laws
- meetings and voting
- financial issues and investments
- reserve fund studies
- remedies and enforcement
- and more.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND!
Learn the practical details addressed specifically for condominium Directors. BONUS! A proceedings binder will ensure that you leave with a valuable information resource.
Here Comes the Condominium Act, 1998!
The New Condominium Act and its Regulations benefitted from the important consultations held with representatives of the Canadian Condominium Institute. CCI's representatives - Toronto's very brightest minds in condominium law and other areas - participated in drafting many of the detailed Regulations over the last few years. Now, CCI has assembled this team of condominium wizards to explain the implications of the New Condominium Act.
- Robert Gardiner, LL.B., Gardiner Miller Arnold LLP
- Mark Arnold, LL.M., Gardiner Miller Arnold LLP
- George Barycky, LL.B., Shadlock/Barycky LLP
- Gina Cody, P.Eng., Construction Control
- Jonathan Fine, LL.B., Fine & Deo
- Peter Harris, CA, Braithwaite Innes Harris & Chong
- Gerry Hyman, LL.M.
- Denise Lash, LL.B., Miller Thomson LLP
- Peter Leong, P.Eng., Cochrane Engineering Ltd.
- Audrey Loeb, LL.M., Miller Thomson LLP
- Barry Widman, LL.B.